Why do cooling towers need noise control?
Author：Trlon Views: Time:2020-10-09
Interference of noise to life and work. Noise has a great impact on people's sleep. Even in sleep, people's hearing has to be stimulated by noise. Noise can cause dreaminess, awakening easily, and decreased sleep quality. Sudden noise has a more prominent effect on sleep. Noise can interfere with people's conversation, work and study. The editor of trlon will introduce to you why noise control is required.
Why do cooling towers need noise control:
A、One, the type of noise There are many types of noise, which can be summarized into the following categories:
1. Traffic noise (roads, railways, highways, cars, buses, trains, trucks, airports, etc.)
2, equipment noise (refers to the noise generated by the machine, such as water pumps, fresh air units, diesel engines, boilers, central air conditioning units, etc.)
3. Social noise (supermarkets, dance halls, vegetable markets and other entertainment venues, places with large crowds)
4. Construction noise (the noise caused by construction works is relatively loud and has many varieties)
B、Noise damage: Noise has many damages to the human body, mainly as follows:
1. Damage to our hearing, long time under high decibel sound.
2. Damage to eyesight, because there is a wonderful connotation "connection" between ears and eyes. When noise acts on the auditory organs, it will also "involve" the visual organs through the action of the nervous system, which will reduce people's vision. Make color vision and color vision abnormal.
3, damage to the cardiovascular system, people with high blood pressure for a long time under the noise, will increase the incidence.
4. Damage to the nervous system, affect sleep, long time in a noisy environment, we simply get angry, upset and dry, affect sleep, and appear mentally poor.
The above content is an introduction to why noise control is required. The harm of noise to the human body is systemic. It can cause changes in the auditory system and affect non-auditory systems. The early stages of these effects are mainly physiological changes. Long-term exposure to relatively strong noise can cause pathological changes. In addition, noise in the workplace can also interfere with language communication, affect work efficiency, and even cause accidents.